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A Filibuster farewell to RFK Stadium

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With one game left in D.C. United’s first and favorite home, we share some memories

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D.C. United is done to one last game at RFK Stadium, and we have to give the old rustbucket a proper farewell. Jason, Adam, and Ben talk about our memories of RFK Stadium throughout the years, eulogizing and celebrating the stadium that has held D.C. United through so many ups and downs. We also discuss the opponent for that final game, the New York Red Bulls.

Before we get to that, however, we have to discuss the 4-0 loss to the Portland Timbers and the injury to Steve Birnbaum; we especially focus in on Mark Geiger’s role and what he should have done instead. We also talk about Chris Korb’s poor play and each of the goals. Give it a listen!

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